Ferry Festival Photographic Competition and Exhibition
RDLAC have a photo competition open, on the theme of boundaries:
We live and work in an amazing area, and every day we have the opportunity to see a variety of landscapes – sunsets over the docks, people in parks and green spaces, beaches, cafes, restaurants and boats! This contest is to showcase the beauty of the Royal Docks as well as the many boundaries (natural such as the water and the docks or man made such as walls and train tracks), so get ready and get your gear out to catch those magnificent moments and create some beautiful photos!
Winning photos will be exhibited at the Ferry Festival.
Photos from cameras or phones will be accepted but please make sure you have permissions if any of your photos have people in them.
Post photos here with the caption FF Photo competition
Anyone that would like to meet to discuss or walk the area together is welcome to meet at Beckton Globe Library on a Friday at 1.15pm or Wednesdays in North Woolwich to join the walking groups.
Image: Crossing Boundaries, photograph by Andrew Christy.
Part of the London Festival of Architecture 2019.
For your visit
Food & Drink
The Living Room
The Good Hotel's floating restaurant dishes up locally-sourced comfort food with a Spanish twist.
Art & Culture
Making Space: Custom House Is Our House
Installation art comprising a life-sized group portrait of individuals who live and work on Freemasons Road. Part of the Making Space series by Jessie Brennan.
Places To Stay
Hampton by Hilton
A reliable, upper mid-range option just east of Connaught Bridge.
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Join the Docks
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